Life is too good to be true for this tea-cup pig

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We all love a cute animal story. The funny personalities and affectionate behaviours of animals remind us that humans aren’t the only beings capable of showing intelligence. Occasionally, we get to see that some animals enjoy lives of utter happiness and contentment – which might even rival our own!

Warning: this video might make you wish you were someone’s snuggly pet.

Introducing Esther, the ‘tea-cup pig’, who grew up to be an enormous part of the family.

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    I remember the story of an American farmer who bought a new Rolls Royce, ripped out the back seat and ferried his prize pig around in the car.



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